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eaglebeaky - Quincy Steak and Shake Closes - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Their franchise agreement ran its course, and the owner (who also owns other successful fast food places in town) decided that it wasn't worth re-upping with Steak N Shake.
Hunyboo - Quincy Steak and Shake Closes - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
ROI........apparently the Taco Bell by Blessing is making lots of $$$
jannie122 - All aboard? State cuts could mean fewer Amtrak trains - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
We give a ton of money to Airports and to promote air travel. We talk about being "green" so what do they want me to do "drive" to Chicago and use up a bunch of gas and pollute the air?
jannie122 - Quincy Steak and Shake Closes - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Must be a Corp. thing. I was in there a couple of Sunday's ago and there was line waiting to get in with all the tables full. This was before noon. Doesn't make sense to me.
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Net Neutrality is there foot in the door, I am guessing the Fairness Doctrine will come up again.

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Obama to ban bullets by executive action, threatens top-selling AR-15 rifle

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All aboard? State cuts could mean fewer Amtrak trains

C-SC to host American Mathematics competition

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Report: Illinois electric deregulation saved $37B

11 months, 4 weeks ago Associated Press

Business groups say average household paid $3,600 less overall

From Associated Press:

A new report says electricity deregulation has saved Illinois customers up to $37 billion over the past 16 years.

The report being released Monday by four business groups says the average household has paid $3,600 less overall than if the average annual electricity rates had stayed the same.

Deregulation kicked in in 1998, allowing Illinois utilities to compete for business on the open market rather than being regulated monopolies whose rates were set. The utilities before deregulation both supplied and delivered electricity to customers, who had no other choices.

The legislature also restructured the natural gas market.

The report was issued by the Illinois Manufacturers' Association, Illinois Retail Merchants Association, Illinois Chamber of Commerce and the Illinois Business Roundtable.

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